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Occupying in Bulgaria and Occupying Wall Street


Published December 3, 2013


debate
How
similar are the strategy and tactics of these protest occupations and
in what do they differ? How do they formulate and take collective
decisions, how do they built a shared horizon, and what happens to the
idea of democratic representation? What makes a successful cause? What
is left of the civic energy after an occupation’s success or defeat?
Debate with activist students from the occupation of Sofia University,
students who didn’t take part but were and are active protesters. With
the support of Balkan Trust for Democracy. With the participation of
Ivajlo Dinev (Early-rising students), Petar Dobrev (student in History
at Sofia University), Emilia Angova (Medicine student), Petar Borisov
(student in Law), Radina Banova (student in Law Early-rising
students) and Paweł Marczewski (Institut e of sociology, Warsaw, author
of the book  "Let's name the freedon inevitable" and lecturer on the topi of "We are the 99 %, what does that mean in Eastern Europe in the Polish Institute)
Moderator: Deyan Kyuranov
In Bulgarian (with English translation for the guest panelist)


Language Bulgarian

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